Faulty Machine Recordings Service: November 2020

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Ease Up 05:19
Teufelsberg 03:32


FAULTY MACHINE RECORDINGS SERVICE is my experimental recording and distribution service.

After years of only allowing myself to produce music within the studio ecosystem – a prohibitively expensive luxury that prevented me from releasing new albums for nearly 20 years – I’m returning to my indie/lo-fi roots. FAULTY MACHINE is the solution: a monthly sonic sandbox that serves as a platform for all my musical musings.

A new edition of FAULTY MACHINE will appear at the end of every month here on my Bandcamp page. I’ll deliver a digital care package of whatever I’ve been working on that month: pop song demos, house music diversions, abstract soundscapes, field recordings, etc. Anyone can download this “standard” edition free-of-charge.

For an additional paid subscription of $5/month, patrons will get the entire back-catalogue of my project, SCIENCE PARK, plus my 30th-birthday retrospective and other special, subscriber-only releases to be announced, including some fascinating curios from the archives.

This is the ninth FMRS release, featuring two tracks produced during November 2020, plus one from the FMRS Archives.

"Ease Up" is based on an Eritrean clandestine radio broadcast, and "Teufelsberg" is comprised of samples recorded at the decommissioned listening center in Berlin. This month's archival track is a sketch for an abandoned children's audio learning project about shortwave radio, assembled in November 2007.


released December 3, 2020




Faulty Machine Recordings Service Los Angeles, California

Myke Dodge Weiskopf is a songwriter, radio producer, and field recordist from Los Angeles. He records and performs as Science Park, and recently launched the monthly Faulty Machine Recordings Service.

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